June 2003: Journalist.
Role Name Type Last Updated Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) Washington Post Source Jan 2, 2004
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jun 11, 2004 Infertile Ground Is Sown in Brazil: Politicians Trade Sterilizations for Votes
QUOTE: Brazil's efforts have led to increased criticism from women's health organizations, civil rights agencies and relief workers who argue that sterilization is an ineffectual anti-poverty tool. They also contend that sterilization programs feed racist notions about who should have children and who should not.
Washington Post Jan 17, 2004 Economic Crisis Leaves Many Adrift: 'Culture of Not Working' Is Changing Society
QUOTE: There is a feeling of drift and despair in Argentina that is entirely the fallout of our economic crisis.
Washington Post Jan 02, 2004 Brazilians Hope Ritual Will Bring a Better Year
QUOTE: With interest rates reaching 26 percent, recession has stalked the economy. Struggling to pay the country's mountainous foreign debt, government officials have slashed countless programs, including pensions and bus fare subsidies for students.
Washington Post Jun 15, 2003 Affirmative Action Debate Forces Brazil to Take Look in the Mirror
QUOTE: Legal challenges to the State University of Rio's race-conscious admissions policy raise essentially the same fundamental question that is being raised in a Supreme Court case that challenges the University of Michigan's law school admissions standards: Who, ultimately, gets ahead?
Nov 09, 2002 Zimbabwe Land Not Just for the Landless: Many Say Seizures Benefiting Mugabe
QUOTE: The seizure of Iron Mask Estates here two months ago illustrates what many Zimbabweans say is the most cynical element of the government's two-year-old effort to seize land from the country's white farmers.
Washington Post Apr 22, 2002 The Dumping Ground: As Zambia Courts Western Markets, Used Goods Arrive at a Heavy Price
QUOTE: The expansion of global trade following the end of the Cold War has transformed Africa into a dumping ground for what the industrialized world no longer needs or wants, a deluge of secondhand clothes, used cars, old furniture and tools and weapons.
Washington Post Dec 18, 2001 South African Jews Polarized Over Israel: Anti-racism Leaders Equate Country's Treatment of Palestinians to Apartheid
QUOTE: ...since the "declaration of conscience" was published 10 days ago, it has polarized South African Jews like no issue since the collapse of white-minority rule seven years ago.
Washington Post Dec 15, 2001 Court Orders AIDS Drug for Women in S. Africa: Efficacy, Distribution Claims By Government Are Rejected
QUOTE: A judge ordered South African health officials today to provide HIV-positive pregnant women with an anti-AIDS drug that reduces their chance of transmitting the disease to their unborn children.
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